Boy Seeks Homecoming Date

When in need of a date for Homecoming, Tyler Granholm, a senior at Broomfield High School, did something unorthodox and advertised on CU’s campus for a date.

Granholm hung fliers on the walls of the UMC and posted an advertisement on his Myspace account, hoping his date would come to him before the Oct.

Should marijuana be legalized?

Pot, weed, splim, ganja, cheeba, herb, Mary Jane, pakalolo, rope or kilter. Whatever the name, Colorado voters will decide in November if marijuana should be legalized under state law.

Buff's offense hoping to move forward

The CU football team has been plagued this season by missed opportunities, costly penalties and the inability to finish. Much of the inconsistency that has reared its ugly head during the Buffs’ 0-5 start is reflected in the team’s offensive line.

Dusty Sprague: Offense is growing every day

The Colorado Buffaloes’ offensive struggles this season have led to a number of players lacking in production, but no one has had to shake off more dust than Buffs wide receiver Dusty Sprague.

Women's soccer downs Wyoming 2-0

The CU women’s soccer team allowed only one shot on goal in a 2-0 victory over the University of Wyoming Friday. The team is now ranked No. 21.

CU freshman Jess Quador and sophomore Nikki Keller both scored in the second half after the team had a sluggish first half.